Archive for May, 2006

Sidenotes on your blog

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

visualizing the page structure

Sunday, May 28th, 2006

This is a view of this site. Of course this site is a pretty standard wordpress template so I’m sure there are a lot of other sites with the same look.
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links for 2006-05-25

Wednesday, May 24th, 2006

links for 2006-05-21

Saturday, May 20th, 2006

fun with UX

Thursday, May 18th, 2006

I had to make a warning dialog box and this is what I came up with:

Herman Miller – for Business – Research Papers

Tuesday, May 9th, 2006

GUUUI – Prototyping and wireframing.

Okay, search
this is a lame entry. I really should say something about this link, cheapest
but to be honest I put it here as a reminder to read the other stuff on the site. Because I thought the site looked interesting I thought I should share. So really I did it out of love for all of you.

GUUUI – Prototyping and wireframing.

Okay, search
this is a lame entry. I really should say something about this link, cheapest
but to be honest I put it here as a reminder to read the other stuff on the site. Because I thought the site looked interesting I thought I should share. So really I did it out of love for all of you.

GUUUI – Prototyping and wireframing.

Okay, search
this is a lame entry. I really should say something about this link, cheapest
but to be honest I put it here as a reminder to read the other stuff on the site. Because I thought the site looked interesting I thought I should share. So really I did it out of love for all of you.

GUUUI – Prototyping and wireframing.

Okay, search
this is a lame entry. I really should say something about this link, cheapest
but to be honest I put it here as a reminder to read the other stuff on the site. Because I thought the site looked interesting I thought I should share. So really I did it out of love for all of you.
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there are a bunch of really great research documents about how people work and the spaces they use and such. I will be reading all of them and see what I can learn from it.

Prototyping and wireframing

Monday, May 8th, 2006

GUUUI – Prototyping and wireframing.

Okay, search
this is a lame entry. I really should say something about this link, cheapest
but to be honest I put it here as a reminder to read the other stuff on the site. Because I thought the site looked interesting I thought I should share. So really I did it out of love for all of you.

XHTML/CSS to WordPress

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

Brainstorming with the customer

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006



Cut & paste

Originally uploaded by futileboy.

Ah, price drug Paper prototyping. I’ve been working on a paper prototype for a client and I’m very happy with the results up to this point. I’ve done these types of prototypes before of varying fidelity (some pages made in illustrator and printed out, misbirth some drawn in color, others just on napkins) and I’ve always been able to gather useful feedback via it. In this particular project, it has been one of the larger more complex applications done all in paper & pencil. Because of the complexity of the current software project, we broke it up across our team. I was worried that the interface would have constancy issues, but we’ve all worked very well together. I think when this project launches it will be a huge improvement over the past system. Unfortunately it’s an internal tool so I won’t be able to share too much.




Cut & paste

Originally uploaded by futileboy.

Ah, price drug Paper prototyping. I’ve been working on a paper prototype for a client and I’m very happy with the results up to this point. I’ve done these types of prototypes before of varying fidelity (some pages made in illustrator and printed out, misbirth some drawn in color, others just on napkins) and I’ve always been able to gather useful feedback via it. In this particular project, it has been one of the larger more complex applications done all in paper & pencil. Because of the complexity of the current software project, we broke it up across our team. I was worried that the interface would have constancy issues, but we’ve all worked very well together. I think when this project launches it will be a huge improvement over the past system. Unfortunately it’s an internal tool so I won’t be able to share too much.




Cut & paste

Originally uploaded by futileboy.

Ah, price drug Paper prototyping. I’ve been working on a paper prototype for a client and I’m very happy with the results up to this point. I’ve done these types of prototypes before of varying fidelity (some pages made in illustrator and printed out, misbirth some drawn in color, others just on napkins) and I’ve always been able to gather useful feedback via it. In this particular project, it has been one of the larger more complex applications done all in paper & pencil. Because of the complexity of the current software project, we broke it up across our team. I was worried that the interface would have constancy issues, but we’ve all worked very well together. I think when this project launches it will be a huge improvement over the past system. Unfortunately it’s an internal tool so I won’t be able to share too much.

Cut & paste

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006



Cut & paste

Originally uploaded by futileboy.

Ah, price drug Paper prototyping. I’ve been working on a paper prototype for a client and I’m very happy with the results up to this point. I’ve done these types of prototypes before of varying fidelity (some pages made in illustrator and printed out, misbirth some drawn in color, others just on napkins) and I’ve always been able to gather useful feedback via it. In this particular project, it has been one of the larger more complex applications done all in paper & pencil. Because of the complexity of the current software project, we broke it up across our team. I was worried that the interface would have constancy issues, but we’ve all worked very well together. I think when this project launches it will be a huge improvement over the past system. Unfortunately it’s an internal tool so I won’t be able to share too much.